women bringing social change in India
Women with their babies (including Irom Sharmila), students, volunteers, economists, lawyers, historians, representatives of LGBTQ, Transwomen, Dalit, and many men with bindis were seen in the protest.
“I am the master of my own destiny. Others have no say in this. I took a bold step by going in for the hunger strike; I am glad that I decided to break it.” – Irom Sharmila
Having lost their father, who was allegedly murdered in November 2017, every step the Ngurang sisters have taken since is aimed at seeking justice for their father.
I was out with friends recently and as the minute hand of the watch inched towards 6:30 pm, one of them…
Meet Uma Preman, a social entrepreneur and the founder and centre director of the rehabilitation centre Santhi Gramam, in Attappadi, one of the largest tribal settlements in Kerala’s Palakkad district. Preman has made Santhi Graman a sanctuary for the elderly, the deprived and the differently-abled.
Presenting five women social entrepreneurs who lead organisations that are actively engaged in changing lives.